IMPROVE R&D PRODUCTIVITY and enable new discoveries
DigitalGlassware™ transforms chemistry into code. It uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to make better molecules and provide insights never before available.
Create reproducible recipes
The process starts with creating a 'recipe' - the name we give to our deeper, context rich chemistry protocol - in our cloud-based DigitalGlassware™.
DigitalGlassware™ encodes recipes, steps and operations. As recipes are recorded, writing standards are set that make them easily reproducible.
COLLECT HIGH FIDELITY DATA
The process continues by collecting data about what is happening in the flask, fume hood and the lab. Device X and its sensors work right inside the flask.
DigitalGlassware™ provides a guide and records findings in real time, enabling the synthesis to be tracked as it unfolds, along with what is happening in the lab context. As Device X, DigitalGlassware™ and the sensors are all at work, the data is stored in the DeepMatter™ cloud.
MINE VALUABLE INSIGHTS
Connect to multiple sources
DeviceX is a self-contained multi sensor device that autonomously monitors chemical reactions in the reaction flask. It communicates with a separate DigitalController device that collects and transmits sensor data ready for subsequent analysis and data mining in the deepmatter (dm) cloud. As the sensor data is uploaded immediately to the cloud it is available in real-time from our RecipeRunner tablet application or DigitalGlassware web browser application. DeviceX is USB rechargeable and available as part of the DigitalGlassware™ package.
- Ambient Pressure
- Ambient Temperature
- IR Temperature Sensor
- UVA-UVB Indicator
- Multimedia Video
- Stir Rate Sensing (Derived from Magnetometer)
A novel flask adapter allows the device to be placed into a variety of flask sizes with a neck size of B19 or B24. Other neck sizes can also be supported.
The flask adapter can slide on and off the device without any disassembly required.
Data over USB or Bluetooth
DeviceX transmits the sensor data over USB or Bluetooth to a digital controller which is a paired, smart collection device. The DigitalController and DeviceX together monitor the data in real-time and automate the collection of data for analysis in the deepmatter cloud.
Bluetooth connectivity is used to transmit all of the sensor data except video, which requires a separate USB link to the DigitalController.
Battery and USB power
Powered by an internal rechargeable 2000mAh Li-Ion battery, the sensor device can operate for up to 6-8 hours and can be also charged during longer experiments using the USB connection.
A new lens on data
Read more about DigitalGlassware™ in our blog section:
The DigitalGlassware™ platform helps to correlate your actions in the lab with chemical outcomes, providing you with unique insights towards the reasons for success and failure in your reaction.
A failed reaction isn’t just frustrating, it’s costly: wasting energy, chemicals and time. So if a reaction isn’t going the way it should, you need to know as soon as possible.
As DigitalGlassware™ is cloud-based, users can share their reactions and run data easily and quickly with the global community.
DigitalGlassware™, the innovative cloud-based digital chemistry platform from DeepMatter™, brings recordability, reproducibility and shareability to your lab at every stage of the discovery process.
Read our latest press releases here:
DeepMatter announces plans to interface its DigitalGlassware™ platform with the Waters Corporation UNIFI™ Scientific Information System, enhancing the quality and accessibility of data for chemists worldwide.
DeepMatter announces collaboration with the Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute within its Drug Discovery Unit to enhance the reproducibility of its chemistry and accelerate drug discovery
DeepMatter announces collaboration with AstraZeneca focused on improving productivity of compound synthesis using digital technologies enabled with machine learning and artificial intelligence
DeepMatter and the Institute of Process Research and Development (iPRD) at the University of Leeds, have commenced a project to integrate DeepMatter's technology platform, DigitalGlassware™ within the iPRD's laboratories